Award Winning Columnist Alisa Murray’s Living the Sweet Life | An ode to My Camera for all that we have created together, I wish to say deep thanks!| #alisamurray

  Well I’m gonna miss her. For five years she has been a faithful companion and has delivered when asked each and every time exactly what I wanted. Through the surf in Galveston ….in the heat of our most humid days in my yard and she’s even taken one for the team once or...

Alisa Murray’s Living the Sweet Life | January 2017| Hello again January! You my friend are in the HOT seat!

Living the Sweet Life January 2017 Hello Again January! You my friend, are in the HOT seat! Well my darlings! It’s finally here! Another New Year and I don’t think I could be more happier than I am right now. Last year was filled with so many things…very few good and lots of very...

Houston Award winning Columnist | Alisa Murray’s “Living the Sweet Life” | April 2016| #alisamurray

Living the Sweet Life : Being Mindful of the Greatness It’s that time of the year when we all are ready for the cold to dissipate and for the flowers to bloom. It’s GREATNESS time too. If your like me you found yourself last year reflecting and wondering “where did the year go?” Sometimes...

Award winning Columnist and Photographer | Alisa Murray’s Living The Sweet Life Celebrating a Very Happy 10th Birthday! November 2015

Award Winning Photographer Alisa Murray Houston Texas

Ten years ago Micheal Fredrickson called me after I wrote about creating artistic spaces for children for one of his other publications and stated very matter of factly “ Alisa, you are a writer!” I laughed at him and said “well…I graduated with honors from University of Houston!” He then asked me if I...

Houston Award Winning Columnist | Alisa Murray’s “Living the Sweetlife” | July 2015 | “A Love Story”

Once upon a time in a land called the Carolina’s there lived a little boy named Brian and a little girl named Alisa. They went to school together…played in the school yard together and rode the same school bus home. In elementary school Brian held Alisa’s hand when she cried and missed her mother...